Nearly 100,000 Minnesotans live with Alzheimer’s disease and other types of dementias and that number is expected to grow dramatically over the next decade. While there is no cure, studies show that engaging in meaningful activities can improve the quality of life for affected individuals and their caregivers.
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Emilio Estevez will answer questions about his new library-themed feature film, ‘The Public,’ at 2 pm, Sunday, March 17, at Hennepin County Library—Minneapolis Central.
With all the recent snow and rain, some homeowners are finding themselves dealing with flooding and mold issues.
Did you know the City of Minneapolis offers several sites where residents can pick-up a FREE sand-salt mixture for their residential sidewalks and driveways?
The Minneapolis Public Housing Authority (MPHA) has opened the city’s first new public housing since 2010 to 16 area families experiencing homelessness.
The time is now for girls grades K-12 to apply for Dare to Dream or Let Me Play grants that award $500 in pursuit of a dream or be active in sports.
JCPenney recently announced a search for 100 stylists in the Minneapolis area to add volume to its salon business.
Small businesses are encouraged to enter FedEx’s Small Business Contest. Now in its seventh year, the contest offers grants and services to U.S. -based small businesses.
Minnesota musicians can join established acts and rising stars on MnSpin, the local music streaming and download platform from the library.
Are you a Minneapolis resident who has received a colorful notice this winter about a solid waste removal issue?